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New music Monday: Phoenix is the essence of French pop

New music Monday: Phoenix is the essence of French pop

Zoe Alvarez, Staff writer

September 17, 2018


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Discovering new music is a great way to expand your taste in music. Let me introduce you to Phoenix, an alternative, indie-pop, four-piece band from Versailles, France. The band consists of Thomas Mars (lead vocalist, percussion) Laurent Brancowltz (guitarist, backing vocals, keyboardist,) Deck d...

Rising Stars: YouTuber has prevailed over obstacles to become Internet sensation

Rising Stars: YouTuber has prevailed over obstacles to become Internet sensation

Victoria Hernandez, Rising Stars columnist

September 13, 2018


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One of the “OGs” (original gangsters) of YouTube, Shane Dawson, whose real last name is Yaw, has kept a longstanding career on the ever-changing video-sharing website YouTube since 2008. Over the 10 years that he’s been on YouTube has accumulated over 16,320,260-plus subscribers and 4,138,933,812-plus...

New music Monday: Walk The Moon gives music lovers a taste of “Alternative Austin”

New music Monday: Walk The Moon gives music lovers a taste of “Alternative Austin”

Zoe Alvarez, Staff writer

September 10, 2018


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Every so often we feel the need to revamp our playlists with some new music. To all those who love music, Walk The Moon is a great choice. Walk The Moon is a four-member band from Cincinnati, Ohio. The band consists of Nicholas Petricca (vocalist), Eli Maiman (guitarist, backing vocalist), Kevin Ray (ba...

FANtastic TV: The 100’s fight for survival in a hostile land

FANtastic TV: The 100’s fight for survival in a hostile land

Anna Davenport, FANtastic TV columist

September 5, 2018


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The CW Television Network’s “The 100” is a wonderfully scripted show that takes a basic post-apocalyptic world plotline and transforms it into a sci-fi nuclear radiated Earth turned battle for survival of the fittest. The show revolves around common themes like greed, grudges, broken trust,...

New music Monday: Death Cab for Cutie is back with 9th studio album

New music Monday: Death Cab for Cutie is back with 9th studio album

Zoe Alvarez, Staff writer

September 4, 2018


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Ever get an itch for new music? It can be overwhelming when there’s so much out there. Let me introduce you to Death Cab for Cutie an alternative rock five-member band from Bellingham, Washington.  This band is made up of Ben Gibbard (lead vocalist, guitarist, and pianist), Nick Harmer (bassist), ...

New music Monday: Is The Wombats the perfect band for alternative music lovers?

New music Monday: Is The Wombats the perfect band for alternative music lovers?

Zoe Alvarez, Staff writer

August 24, 2018


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If you are a music lover like I am, you will find that discovering new artists is a great way to get your hands on new music and expand your taste in music. Today I will introduce you to The Wombats. They are an alternative indie rock three-member band from Liverpool. The band consists of Matthew Murphy...

TV FANatic: The small town of Riverdale

TV FANatic: The small town of Riverdale

Krysta Robles, TV FANatic Columnist

May 14, 2018


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This is senior Krysta Robles final TVFANatic column. Season one of "Riverdale" arrived on Netflix in May of last year. My little brother had watched it before I did and let me tell you he wouldn’t leave me alone to watch it. He had said it was the best show he’s ever seen since it's his favorite...

Game Corner: Summon heroes to battle!

Game Corner: Summon heroes to battle!

Manuel Ruiz, Game Corner Columnist

May 11, 2018


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This is senior Manuel Ruiz's final Game Corner column. History Fire Emblem Heroes was first shown off on January 18, 2017, during a Nintendo Direct mainly focusing on the Fire Emblem series. Fire Emblem Heroes was one of many titles that were shown off during this presentation. Gameplay ...

The Book Look: Scythe’s perfect world has a fatal flaw

The Book Look: Scythe’s perfect world has a fatal flaw

May 9, 2018


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This is senior Lauren Melendez's final The Book Look column. Imagine a world in which there is no disease. No hunger. No war. No misery. No death. It seems impossible -- and yet, in Scythe, a newly popular young adult novel by Neal Shusterman -- the stuff of fiction is made fathomable. The only problem in t...

Movie Matters: Stardust has everything from a fallen star to a flying pirate ship

Movie Matters: Stardust has everything from a fallen star to a flying pirate ship

April 3, 2018


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Movie Matters host Anna Davenport talks about the movie Stardust and its deeper meanings.

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